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IGEL to Demonstrate Unified Endpoint Management Software at HIMSS 2017

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IGEL Technology, today announced that it will be demonstrating its powerful unified endpoint management software (UEM), IGEL OS-powered thin clients, zero clients and all-in-one thin client solutions during the 2017 HIMSS Conference & Exhibition, taking place February 19-23 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.

During HIMSS 2017, attendees are invited to visit IGEL in the Citrix Ready Partner Pavilion, booth #2914, where they will see first-hand how IGEL is helping healthcare organizations embrace virtualization and provide their end users with a secure and reliable desktop experience, whether they are working on the main campus or from a remote clinic or home office. On Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 12.30pm (ET), IGEL's Chief Technology Evangelist Jeff Kalberg will present on "Unified Endpoint Management in a Citrix Virtual World" inside the Citrix Booth Theater.

IGEL will also be inside Imprivata booths #376 and #747, the Samsung Electronics America booth #3673 and the Spadafy booth #479 during HIMSS 2017, showcasing its economical, energy-efficient, Linux-based and Windows-based thin clients designed for every application - from a simple, basic terminal all the way up to a multimedia-capable premium device. 

Featured products at the Citrix, Imprivata, Samsung and Spadafy booths will include:

  • IGEL UD3 Series Thin Clients, a powerful all-round series for the demanding multimedia knowledge worker that is available with an optional integrated smartcard reader and a connectivity foot that offers two additional serial ports for legacy peripherals and wireless network connectivity or an anti-theft USB port.
  • IGEL Linux 10 OS, a powerful new endpoint operating system which provides secure access to today's modern devices and endpoint computing capabilities while offering performance and power that drives productivity;
  • IGEL UD Pocket, a revolutionary micro thin client solution that is designed to improve the security of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives; and,
  • IGEL Universal Desktop Converter (UDC), which provides businesses of all sizes with a lower-cost alternative to traditional desktop hardware, helping them to dramatically reduce their desktop replacement costs, eliminating the need to invest in new hardware to support their virtualized infrastructures.

"The flexibility that IGEL software provides is why healthcare organizations around the globe are embracing our solutions as the answer for a mobile workforce that needs a highly secure desktop, whether they are in a company's headquarters, main hospital or clinic facility, remote site or a home office," said Simon Clephan, Vice President of Business Development and Strategic Alliances, IGEL Technology. "IGEL alleviates privacy and compliance pressures such as HIPAA by providing security controls that fight ransomware and protect sensitive patient data, at the same time, giving the user a reliable, consistent desktop."

Published Tuesday, February 14, 2017 12:44 PM by David Marshall
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